According to The Guardian: the best festivals & one of them is in the Netherlands

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The Guardian selected the 10 best music festivals in Europe for this summer.  OFF festival in Polen, Primavera Sound in Portugal and Spain and Meakusma in Belgium are some of the interesting names in this list. According to the Guardian  is Lowlands also one of the must-be festivals:

“Online music magazine the Line of Best Fit, said of last year’s Lowlands festival: “The atmosphere is spot on: no lads, no kids, no trouble, no problem.” Sounds good, huh? In 2017 the Dutch music event of the year celebrates 25 years of responsible revelry and a relaxed soft-drugs policy, bringing 55,000 people together for three days of visual art, music, film and “performance” events. In a similar vein to Glastonbury, the festival conceives itself as a micro-city, with its own radio station, newspaper and currency. The lineup has broad appeal, with Alt-J, The xx and Iggy Pop headlining along with DJs including Ben Klock, Nina Kraviz and Robert Hood.”
18-20 August, €185,

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